Looking for a foodie tour? Let Dine Michigan take you on a journey to some of their favorite Pure Michigan restaurants and places to visit.
Starting in Michigan’s southeast region, you might try an amazing coney from one of the historic coney restaurants like American Coney Island before going to a Tigers game in Detroit. Afterwards, try Slows Bar-B-Q for some of the best BBQ anywhere.
George Hendrix, Michigan Travel Ideas contributing writer, shares how to make a solid dent in the food scene in Petoskey and neighboring Harbor Springs along Little Traverse Bay.
Get your caffeine fix
In Petoskey, Stafford’s Perry and Stafford’s Bay View Inn serve similar fare that includes sumptuous Belgian waffles, eggs Benedict and a nap-inducing French toast of cherry-swirl bread under powdered sugar and Michigan maple syrup. If you need a caffeine boost afterward, chase breakfast with an espresso drink in downtown Petoskey at Roast and Toast.
Here’s Part 2 of Nick Ponton’s Pure Michigan Edition of “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”. You can catch up on Part 1 here, and let us know what YOUR favorite Michigan eats are by leaving a comment below!
Cheesy – Classic Mac & Cheese at Food Dance in Kalamazoo. J and I wouldn’t agree on this one, but as far as Mac & Cheese goes, easily the best one I have had is at Food Dance in downtown Kalamazoo. The imported noodles and aged cheddar just make a perfect, creamy concoction. J thought it was too cheesy, but is there such a thing? I loved the fact that I had extra cheese to dip her french fries in.